Atmospheric descriptions are the foundation of every scene a DM runs, they are so integral almost everyone already uses them. But what exactly are they?
Mass Suggestion is a blog focused on advice and suggestions for making interesting Dungeon and Dragons campaigns, settings, characters, and lore. In this section, authors share their insights on playing a fantastic character or creating the ultimate campaign setting. They also give advice for dungeon masters on how they can improve their storytelling craft.
This week we discuss festivals in fantasy settings and provide a roll table with 12 detailed holidays for your next game.
This is part one on the rule of cool: How to make your games more epic, and give more impact by having a fluid approach to rules and mechanics.
How gods interact with your players and your broader setting is a vital question. In this post, we explore the tangible-abstract spectrum of deities.
Horror and Terror work hand in hand to frighten, but they are difficult emotions to envelop players in, as well as difficult to understand the differences.
D&D is a game of imagination and visualization. In this post, we identify the six types of descriptions DMs used to make their game sessions come to life.